Assistant Dean of Cadets and Director of Community Standards (Administrator II)
California State University Maritime Academy Position Summary:
The mission of the Office of the Dean of Cadets is to serve as a resource for helping cadets resolve university-related issues and concerns and advance to degree. We are committed to supporting the academic and personal success of cadets by fostering the development of integrity and problem-solving skills; teaching self-advocacy and personal responsibility; and providing cadets with opportunities to learn and practice the fundamental principles of good citizenship, responsible leadership, and the importance of diversity in a global society.
Under general direction of the Dean of Cadets, the Assistant Dean and Director of Community Standards (DCS) position is responsible for all programs, policies, and procedures relating to cadet conduct and disciplinary matters. The DCS ensures that the CSU Executive Orders describing disciplinary procedures are administered in a fair, impartial manner and applies these procedures to maintain the integrity and safety of the university community.
EOP Program Coordinator
California State University Maritime Academy Position Summary:
Under the general direction of the Dean of Cadets and the Lead Coordinator of the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), the incumbent coordinates all administrative and clerical functions related to EOP, including administrative support for program personnel. The incumbent ensures that program services are met by coordinating clerical operations. The incumbent works with the lead EOP Coordinator to process budget reports and maintain budget records. The incumbent is also responsible for supporting EOP programming during the admissions cycle, academic year events, and Summer Bridge. Additionally, the incumbent is responsible for providing administrative and clerical functions to support the Dean of Cadets.
Campus Life Clubs and Programming Advisor (Student Service Professional III)
Sonoma State University Under general direction of the Director of Campus Life Programming, the Campus Life Campus Life Clubs and Programming Advisor serves as the primary advisor providing comprehensive advising and leadership to 100+ student clubs/organizations, students and advisors. This position creates, initiates and implements social/educational programming and activities for student organizations; provides oversight in the planning and implementation of emerging leader programs, awards and activities for student organizations; provides training and oversight to on-campus special events and activities pertaining to student organizations; assists in the assessment efforts of the center and the greater student life offerings; interprets University Policy applicable to student organizations; serves as a liaison between the University and student organizations; participates in the planning of social and educational programming sponsored by student Involvement and various campus partners; and serves as a port of the comprehensive campus life team. In addition, this position assists in the development efforts related to emerging leaders, programming and other student Involvement initiatives.
California State University, Office of the Chancellor The California State University, Office of the Chancellor, is seeking a Trustee Secretariat to assume responsibility for high-level executive support to the Board of Trustees, working directly with the Board Chair, Board Secretary, the Chancellor, the Executive Vice Chancellors and Vice Chancellors, campus presidents, and other senior system leaders to facilitate and coordinate the strategic operations of the Board. This position is responsible for executing special projects on behalf of the Board, the Secretary, and Chancellor and for monitoring and ensuring effective and timely completion of all projects and Board requests. In addition, this position is responsible for assisting the General Counsel’s Chief of Staff, by indirectly supervising and managing the Trustee Secretariat's Office administrative staff and overseeing all office operations. Responsibilities Under the direct supervision of the Executive Vice Chancellor and General Counsel, Secretary of the Board of Trustees, the Trustee Secretariat will: -Work directly with Board Chair, Chancellor, Board Secretary, and other senior leadership to facilitate and coordinate the strategic business operations for the Board of Trustees; ensure all operations are in alignment with the strategic goals, priorities, and policies of the Board and system. -Coordinate and manage strategic projects as directed by Board Chair, the Secretary, and Chancellor; including planning, developing and executing a comprehensive trustee onboarding, mentorship, and online continuing education program. -Coordinate and execute all aspects of the Board of Trustees meetings and its committees in compliance with law and policy. Includes strategic development of meeting agendas, annual meeting schedule and overseeing all Board material preparation, distribution, legal postings and archiving.
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Executive Administrative Assistant
Associated Students at San José State University The Executive Administrative Assistant provides clerical, administration and logistical support to the Executive Director and Government Administration Department.
Associate Director or Director for Academic Personnel
California State University Monterey Bay Under the general direction of the AVP for University Personnel administers a full range of programs and initiatives for faculty and academic personnel in Units 3 (CFA) and 11 (UAW). For full position description, see https://careers.pageuppeople.com/873/mb/en-us/job/515006/associate-director-or-director-for-academic-personnel
Advising & Recruitment Analyst, CAMP
The University Corporation at Monterey Bay - CSUMB The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) is a federally funded educational project designed to assist migrant youth successfully transition to the university and complete the first year of study. CAMP is under the College Support Programs (CSP), under the division of Student Affairs. The main objective of CAMP is to increase the university success of youth from migrant and low-income backgrounds. CSUMB CAMP serves a minimum of 40 entering freshmen students each year and provides a comprehensive and intensive series of services and interventions aimed at increasing student persistence and degree completion.
Residential Life Coordinator
The University Corporation at Monterey Bay - CSUMB Under the general supervision of an Assistant Director of Residential Life, the Residential Life Coordinator (RLC) is responsible for creating and fostering an environment that inspires success for all students through transformative experiences. The RLC will also serve as an educational community standards officer for their residential community and as a resource to the general campus community for issues of student and campus resident life. California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) is a residential campus therefore developing relationships and community as well as a sense of belonging and socially just inclusion to enhance student learning is central to the work of this position.